October has been a relaxed month! I didn’t really do much. In fact, the only things that I did were start my research blog and give a guest lecture on my PhD research.
I hope November is slightly more eventful!
- The Castle of Otranto by Horace Walpole
- Vathek by William Beckford
- The Monk by Matthew Lewis
- The Italian by Ann Radcliffe
- Zofloya by Charlotte Dacre
- Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
- Valperga by Mary Shelley
- Melmoth the Wanderer by Charles Maturin
All of these books were re-reads!
- October 2021 TBR
- Book Review: Milkman by Anna Burns
- Shakespeare Saturdays: Top 3 Comedies
- Classics Club Spin #28
- #CCSpin 28 Reveal – Which Book Will I Be Reading?
- Book Review: Dumb Witness by Agatha Christie
- 20 Haunting Recommendations for Halloween
- Book Review: The Garden Party by Katherine Mansfield
- A New Start and a New Blog
- What to Expect from This Blog
- Why Early Modern and Gothic Literature?
- Gothic Tropes
- Introducing My Research (Intro #1)
- Horace Walpole’s Appropriation of Hamlet (Intro #2)
- Horace Walpole Defending Shakespeare (and Defending Himself) (Intro #3)
- 50 Gothic Tales for Hallowe’en
- Resurrecting Shakespeare on the Restoration Stage (Intro #4)
Stay safe, everyone!
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